Greg Stock, MPA

Greg Stock earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1978 and a Master of Health Care Administration/Public Administration degree from BYU in 1980. After gaining initial exposure with a smaller hospital company, Stock joined HCA in 1981 as a CEO. Over the next nine years, he was CEO of three different HCA hospitals in South Dakota, Missouri, and Oregon. He gained valuable experience leading the financial turnaround of two facilities during that time. Development of new services, recruitment of key physicians, improved productivity and market share gains were realized in both for-profit and not-for-profit settings.

Stock became Chief Executive Officer of Thibodaux Regional Medical Center in 1990. Thibodaux Regional has experienced significant growth under Stock’s “results-oriented” leadership, and he has brought the medical center to a significantly higher level of performance.

Under Stock’s visionary leadership Thibodaux Regional was one of the first hospitals to implement Six Sigma and Lean and has achieved outstanding results:

  • Healthgrades Top 5% in the nation for Patient Safety for four consecutive years
  • Healthgrades Outstanding Patient Experience Award for ten consecutive years
  • Press, Ganey Beacon of Excellence Award for Patient Satisfaction
  • Cancer Program accredited with Gold Level Commendation by the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer and a four consecutive three-year recipient of the College’s Outstanding Achievement Award
  • Recruited more than 100 physicians
  • No debt
  • Increasing market share gains
  • Continued growth
  • Strong financial performance
  • Construction of a $73M, 242,000 square foot innovative Wellness Center

His collaborative management style, strong physician relations skills, an easy, outgoing manner, sense of humor and ability to challenge his staff to perform at their very best enable him to continue achieving and earning the loyalty and respect of others who also are committed to excellence.